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Posted - 12/06/2016 :  06:26:52 AM  Show Profile  Visit Richv1's Homepage  Reply with Quote Bookmark and Share

Title: Wonder Wonder '77 Meets The Bionic Woman # 1
Publisher: Dynamite
Written by: Andy Mangels
Art by: Judit Tondora
Colors by: Michael Bartolo & Stuart Chaifetz
Letters by: Tom Orzechowski & Lois Buhalis
Cover: Cat Staggs
Cover Variant: Alex Ross
Wonder Wonder Created by: William Moulton Marston
Price: $ 3.99 US
Rating: 3 out of 5 stars
Website: www.dynamite.com
Comments: It's 1977 and in Washington a building explodes. Wonder Woman leaps into action. The Bionic Woman is not far behind.
The expressions could be drawn better, more expressive to match what is going on around them. The bodies especially Wonder Woman's is gorgeous, toned and fit.
Diana and Jaime work well teaming up to deal with a disaster.
The comic is done in a retro style. You will get the feel of the time period that these shows were made in. The action poses does show off both characters well.
The story is a bit hard to follow. A evil group stole something from the government agencies.
It is funny the way Jaime knows who Wonder Woman is right away. No one else does though. Diana and Wonder Woman from their looks it is obvious who she is.
The personalities are perfectly done. They match up great with the TV show characters that are portrayed here.
Lynda Carter and Lindsey Wagner did a fantastic job in the TV series and this comic does capture some of their magic.


Title: Wonder Wonder '77 Meets The Bionic Woman # 2
Publisher: Dynamite
Written by: Andy Mangels
Art by: Judit Tondora
Colors by: Roland Pilcz
Letters by: Lois Buhalis & Tom Orzechowski
Cover: Cat Staggs
Cover Variant: Aaron Lopresti
Wonder Wonder Created by: William Moulton Marston
Price: $ 3.99 US
Rating: 3 out of 5 stars
Website: www.dynamite.com
Comments: Diana shows up in a lovely dress for the Shiva after the funeral. She is illustrated so beautifully. Jaime is a light haired beauty as well. Diana's smile is amazing.
Dr. Cyber is a villain here and one tough looking one.
Diana takes Jaime for a ride in her invisible plane to look for stolen missiles. As they attack the ship carrying the missiles they do get into one hard hitting fight.
Diana is drawn so wonderful in her underwater costume. It fits her very snugly.
The story does move along a little slowly. It spends time on the characters and the art does have you thinking of the actresses who played the parts on TV.
These two characters do mesh well together. Diana though does outshine Jaime. She is the bright super-hero while Jaime is the secret agent.


Title: Wonder Wonder '77 Meets The Bionic Woman # 3
Publisher: Dynamite
Written by: Andy Mangels
Art by: Judit Tondora
Colors by: Roland Pilcz
Letters by: Lois Buhalis & Tom Orzechowski
Cover: Cat Staggs
Cover Variant: Glen Hanson
Wonder Wonder Created by: William Moulton Marston
Price: $ 3.99 US
Rating: 3 out of 5 stars
Website: www.dynamite.com
Comments: Jaime actually gets to drive the invisible plane as Diana rides outside. Now watching Diana ride on a nuclear missile as if it were a bull is pretty cool.
A gathering of villains occurs. There are even a cyborg and a robot among them. They do have a plan that just might defeat Wonder Woman and the Bionic Woman. It is a good plan.
The story shows us that Jaime and Diana are both just human no matter that they have abilities.
The Fembots are robots being used to get Diana and Jaime. They look like humans but are not.
Jaime and Diana are both wonderful humans and just as great super-heroes.


Title: Wonder Wonder '77 Meets The Bionic Woman # 4
Publisher: Dynamite
Written by: Andy Mangels
Art by: Judit Tondora
Colors by: Roland Pilcz
Letters by: Kathryn S. Renta
Cover: Bill Sienkiewicz
Wonder Wonder Created by: William Moulton Marston
Price: $ 3.99 US
Rating: 3 out of 5 stars
Website: www.dynamite.com
Comments: Wonder Woman, the Bionic Woman and Bionic Dog all team up.
Diana and Jaime are drawn with the most wonderful smiles you will ever see. Both of them are radiant beauties. This comic does captain the essence of the original TV series of both of them.
Paradise Island is a beautiful place and filled with such peaceful women. Diana and Jaime fit in and enjoy the break but they also know they have to return to man's world and face the evil robot creations.
The action when it happens comes across as subdued.
Wonder Woman gets to play bullets and bracelets only this time the outcome is different. Will Jaime, Wonder Woman, Wonder Girl and Max beat the army of evil robots?
Diana and Jaime are two positive role models that can only bring out the best in others.


Title: Wonder Wonder '77 Meets The Bionic Woman # 5
Publisher: Dynamite
Written by: Andy Mangels
Art by: Judit Tondora
Colors by: Roland Pilcz
Letters by: Kathryn S. Renta
Cover A: Cat Staggs
Cover B: Phil Jimenez
Wonder Wonder Created by: William Moulton Marston
Price: $ 3.99 US
Rating: 3 out of 5 stars
Website: www.dynamite.com
Comments: Wonder Girl and Max the bionic dog step up here. While Jaime must get help for Diana.
The Fembots along with mercenaries invade Paradise Island. Diana is brought there as she is close to dying.
The up close shots of Max give him a realistic look. This dog can get vicious and does.
On Paradise Island the battle continues. Jaime has a plan and Diana is ready to join her. These two women do mess well together. Each has their own unique style and way of working but they compliment each other.
The art shows off both Jaime and Diana nicely as women but does not show off their sexual sides. They are shown as women warriors.

Richard Vasseur
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